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PAUL M. MOORS.
EDITOR AND PUBLISHER 4. PAWOBTT tllOCIATC EDITOR AND BUSINESS MAMBIB Member ol Kentucky Press Association and Second District Publishers League Advertising Rates Display Advertisements, single Issoa 25c per inoli Looals and Inside Pages, Headers 60 por line Resolutions and Cards of Thanks Go per line Obituary Poetry 60 per lino Blight reduotlons on time contract ulaplay advertise ments. Also locals that run several months without change Entered at the Earllngton Post Office as Second Class Matter. Branch Office in MaditonviUe, Phone No. 61 Kentucky, Mitt Lacy Fancelt, Manager, I' Telephone 47 Friday, February 4, 1916 TANLAC ROMANCE NOW FULLY TOLD Its Launching and What In spired It Is at Last Explained "Every few years someone sag' Rests something that will tend to ljottor onr condition, whether It may jjertaln to oar business, our knowl edge, convenience or health, or our oolal state," declared L. T. Cooper recently. "It has been my-pleasure to offer Tanlao to the world' ho continued. 'l presented Tanlao on Its merits, knowing fall well that It would prove satisfactory if properly tested. "Confldent ar I was of the recep tion Tanlao would receive, I confess X was hardly prepared for the won derful popularity Into which It at once sprang. When it is considered that Just nine month to the day after Tanlao was announced, one million bottles had been sold, it can bo un derstood that when the story of Tan lao is called a romance of the busi ness world it fs quite true. "Tanlao appeals particularly to the best people everywherepeople who ore able to Judge carefully and to render A just opinion Cl Hi mer its. Upon the thousands of lndoi'50- menu 01 anon men and women Tan ?'?'! s?nlsbing JUCcesB has been twed, Qreftt aj. l !" demand for Tanlao now. X reay feel that lb? country, as a whole, 1b only Just awakening to It. , . ''TanlftOt 'which U .the Joint pro- "aact of .Herr Joseph von Jrlmbach, the noted German chemist, and my elf Is, I believe, the most effective vemedy known for ailments of the atomacb, liver and kidneys and for catarrhal ajfjectious of the mucous membranes, 'It is compounded of roots, herbs, M. MELTON'S LETTER Jfi To Tired Worn-out Hothew WVackson, Miss. "I shall feel repaid 5or writing this letter if I. can help any tired, worn-out mother or housekeeper to find health and strength as I have. "I have a family of five, sew, cook and do my housework and I became very, much run-down in health. A friend asked me to try Vinol. I did so and now 3 am well and strong and my old time -energy has been restored. Vinol has no superior as a tonic for worn-out, run down, tired mothers or housekeepers." t Mrs. J. N. Melton, Jackson, Miss. 'Br. Bernard Mining Co., Incorpo Tated. Drug Department, Earling ton, Ky. barks and flowers, many ofwhlcb come from, remote parts of the world and it Is free from the mineral taint feared by many- persons. "1 have no. doubt. that, Tanlao will bo as successful In your city as It has In evory other In which it has been Introduced." laniao may now be obtained- in JSarilngton and St. Charles at King a oonsi in Morton Gap at Ben T. Robinson's and in Nortonvllle at the City Driig Store, where it Is fully explained; Party at Mrs. Dick Miactiem's XT T-v -1 w jurs. mouensm gavo a party at-her beantifal home on Farren Avobao- Tharedav even ing ia honor of her' enest; Miss Jeanettd Orroll, or'BirmlnKharri; Ala. Many in'tetestins mmnt were played with muaioand-daoo- ing until a late honr, after which i a delicious ice conrso waBnnrvpri. those present were': Mkkipo -Ma bel Brownine, Geneva Huffaker. Rath Brown, Sarah Orntchfield, Margaret and Elizabeth K-rrjD. Elizabeth Long, Hazd, Lacy and Julia Fawce'tt, Bardie Jelining?; Ethel Oldham. Kathleen KnilL ' i-" man, Margaret Dudley. Acnes Lynn, Mary Smith, of fordsyiUe, ---.-.uv,auuuc vrreu: Juesrs. Robert Pea there I Roger?, Grover Long, Brick Southworttf, Paulding, Roy Da- VII, Kaipft Vnaley Wja. Robb, Raymond Lynn, Tom Ryan, Dick Meacham, Blakey Adams, of Midisonville. Mr?. Henri Rost er? abjy assisted the hosteea in entertaining the gaests. Th Change of Ward. "You wouldn't think there'd be enough difference between the definite and the Indefinite article to' matte uracil, would youf f aid a woman who writes for a living. "I made a lifelong enemy of a woman once Just by writ ing 'the' where I meant 'a.' It was an account of her wedding I was doing. I said something about the ceremony be ing performed at the home of the bride's aunt, and then I added that there wero present 'only the few friends of the family.' The bride nev er got over that 'the' in front of few. It happened five years ago, and when my name Is mentioned she still froths at the mouth." Washington Tost Sleep Talkers. Persons who talk In their sleetf Will frequently answer questions if spoken to softly. CITY DIRECTORY. Mayor W. E. Itash. Police Judge John M. Oansler. Chief of Police J. II . Hamby. Night Chief A. J. Bonnett. City Clerk Paul P. Price. Treasurer Frank B. Arnold. City Physician W. It. Nlsbot. City Engineer R. E. Whlpflor. StroetCommissloner AmosNance Councilman Madison Oldham, M Bohnn.F.D. Rash.D.M Evans.Thos. Blair, C. M. Henry. Meotlng night drst Monday night In eaoh month School Trusteos Paul M. Moore Pres.: Ernest Newton. Soov. : J. H Fish, Treas. : G. W. Motbersboad and. A. O.SIsk. Board of Health Dr. W. K. Nls bet, H. D. Cowand and E. M. Tra hern. Postmaster Chas. E. Barnett. Fibr Depabtmbnt H. W. Bog unier; Unas, isarnett, uaptain ru., t tit n ri.Ma. Tin er Fugate, Geo. T. Miller, Will Bay burn, Bryant Deal and G. Y. Tilford, firemen. Weather Bureau Brick South worth, Observer. OHTJBCHES. Catholio OnuBon. First mast every Sunday and holy day at 0:80 a. m. uecona mass ana proacnin? :ib a. m., rouoweaoy neneaiotion. itov. j. p. Mopariana, castor. Ohbibtiah Cnimorr: Bunday scnooi at u:su a. m., tr. u. uasn, Hunt. uommnnlon immediately following. Prayer meeting orory weanesaav at 7:00 p. m. M. E. OuunoH. First Sunday. class meeting at 11 a. m., Bro. Otho Long, leader. Regular preaching services second and third Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. This Is half station now. Young people's' prayer meotlng, eacn wadeday at-7 pi m. General, prayer meetfng Tbursdaj at- 7- v. m. Offlolal-Boardmeets on Monday nigh t after. eob-thlrd Sun day. Baaies- Aid on Wednesday. ounaay acnooi racn'Dunuay morn ing at 0:80 a.m. , ukv. j. Lu udbtok, Jfasior. M5. B.CiiOBOU, ridorltr. Rot. W A. Grant, pastor. Services on every Sunday at 11 a. m. and iop. m. uunaay school at v:su a. m. Prayer meetlnsr. Wednesday evenings at- 7:80 o'-olook. Ladles' Aid Society every Monday after noon. Official Board 'meeting Mon day after first Sunday in each month. Missionary Baptist Chuboh Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. Sunday sohool 9:46. rrayer meeting every weanesaav evening at 7:83. Ladies Aid meets every Tuesday at 2:60 p. m. hev. z. Lm. comoway, pastor. Gknebal Baptist Chdbou.- SerTlfog 9urh Sunday morning and uvomun in eaou mouiu nuu oaiui day evening preceding. Prayer meeting Tuesday eveniLg. Sunday school 10 a. m. Rev. L. L. Todd, Pastor. Episcopal Chuboh Services 2nd and 4tn Sunday night at 7:45 at the Library. SundaySobool at 8 p.m. REV. Gso. 0. Abbitt, Rector. FREE! FREE! WINTER TOILETS Chaj Lotion Cold Cream Talcum Powder Rubber dloves face Powder Eczema Ointment Toilet Water Massage Cream Winter remedies also you may buy here and know that you will always get the very best for the very least money, Among some of the popular remedial items are beef, iron and wine, cough remedy, cold tablets, corn cure, chilblain cure, hypophosphites, cod liver oil, emulsion, 411 PoJjuIarToilet Articles We specialize in toilet articles and toilet preparations. We carry all the popular kinds, those that are highly adver tised, thoso that are least known. We carry all the best im ported and domestic products and can supply anything you desire in the way of toilet articles and preparations for man, lady or baby. St. Bernard Mining Co Incorboralcd Drug Iet. LODGES. Masonic ,Lodge E. W. Turner, No. 648 meets 1st. and 3rd. Fridays In eaoh month. Ellsworth Evans, Sec. Victoria Lodge, No. 84, K. of P. meets every Monday night. Visit ors welcome. Ebnest Newton, E.ofB. and S. Hdbklns Lodee. A. O. TJ. W. No. 661 meets every Thursday night. Y. Q. W ALKKB, Bee. Golden Cross Lodge, Earlmgton. No. 626 meets 1st. and 8rd, Saturday night in each month. MBS. jUEBTHA UMSTEAD, H60. Degree of Honor, No. 10 meets 1st and 3rd Saturday nights in each month. Mibs Lizzie Huff, Sec. Ben Hur Lodge, Earlineton Court, No. 56, meets every 1st and 3rd Monday night at old Masonic Hall. Dr. 0. B. Johnson, Scribe. Woodmen of the World, Catalra Camp No. 801, meets every Wedner day night in the Victory building. All members are earnestly request ed to be tliete. B. E. N1XOK. Udusul Con). Ci S. ObENSHAW, Clerk. Modern Woodmen of the World No. 11992 meets every Wednesday. Y. Q. Walkkb, Sec. Elks, B. P. O. No. 788 meets nt Madisonville Monday night. J. F. Dempsky, Exalted Ruler. Roy S. Wilson, Secretary. Earllngton Chapter, U. D. O. meets 1st Thursday in each month at 2:30 p. m. Mas. P. B. Davis, Pres. Knights and Lndies of Security will meet every second and fourth Monday nights. Visiting members Invited to attend. WillOabbioan, Clerk. Visiting members are cordially invited to attend any of thesi Lodges SPECIALOFFER Daily Louisville Herald I pr 8 in. Tension Shears AND THE Semi-Weekly - Bee By Mail For One Yoar At Special Price of $3 Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper do. llvered at your home eaoh day, inoludlng your home paper, at the price of $3.00 This Offer Positively Expires Feb ruary 28, I9I6 Address all ordsrs to Hu BBS, EsrlUtfton, Ky. ii D uring the next eight weeks we are going to give away Two Beautiful One-Eigktli Karat Tiffany Style Diamond Rings With each cash purchase made in our store you will get a cash receipt. This cash receipt will have a number printed on same by our Register. On display in our win dow you will find a card that has the sealed number that will draw this ring. The person that holds the cash receipt witb the number or number nearest the corresponding num ber on card will draw this beautiful Diarnond Ring abso lutely free Monday, Feb. 21, between the hours of 1 and 3 o'clock. A cash purchase of a nickle will give you a chance just the same as a1 Twenty-Five Dollar purchase, so do your shopping with us and save money at tfte same time. You might be a luc&y one. The first ring will be given awavMonday, Fdb. 21,rand the second ring will be given away Monday, March 20. A REDUCTION of 10 percent will be made on Shoes and Winter Weight Underwear and1 even a greater reduction on some otheY merchandise Irom now until March 20. We can save you money by shopping with Us. H. D, Co wand's Busy Store Earlington, Kentucky "Stm," Bald May ii win to her atgro tmtta on one occasion, "do you mttn to TOte at the coming election T Wbc I mean to vota," 80 to fwered promptly. "Well, what do cu l now about the constitution;" 1AV?, now, illss May," said Bam. "you don't have to he a doctor to rote." Lav Toksns In Opsin. Spanish lovers present their fiancees with fans on which they hart written the moat Impassioned poetry, embroil ersd garters with hrrs mottoes mrrcn tn Bilk tad Innumerable bossf of sweets. Engagement rings art sot given, the bride elect receiving instead a gold medal, which sbo Wean sus pended from a chain around bcr neck. Had Hsr Deubts. Oswald My love for you Is like (ho deep blue sea 1 Clarissa (for such .was her nameV-' And I take It with t&a ecnwpcntlln UBorat of ealt.-TTBfTcWlty of Michi gan Oergoyle. "T. 8prm Oil and Brass. Sperm oil makes one of the best pol ishes to use on braqswork that to .- ta tna w earner. j R. J. Kvynobii Tobuxo Co. It tur la chime iho th.p. ana color of unsilablo brand, to Imitats Hi. Trinco Albert tidy red tin, but it U impottibU to imitato tha flavor of i'rinco Albert tobacco! Tha patented procett protect that! Prince Albert fits your taste! Meets the fondest wishes of any man who likes to smoke because it has the right flavor and aroma and coolness. It's the most cheer ful tobacco you ever did pack in a jimmy pipe or roll into a ciga rette. And it's so' good you just feel you never can get enough. The pat ented process fixes that and cuts out bite and parch! When you fire up your first smoke you'll decide that you never did taste tobacco that hits your fancy like RINEE Albert the national Joy smoke For it exceeds in goodness and satisfaction the kindest word we ever printed about it! Men, wo tell you this tobacco will be a revelation to you. So, take this information at 100, get out the old jimmy pipe from its hiding place or locate the makin's papera and fall-to! Yourwtihtt totfl be gratified at the nearttl itore that tellt tobacco, f or Prince Albert it In unwertal demand. It can be bought all over the ttatee and all over the world! Toppy red bast, Set tidy red tint, 10ci handtome pound and halt-pound tin humldort and that fine pound cryttal-glatt humidor with tpongc-moUtencr top that lit pa the tobacco in tuch excclltnt trim, R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston.Saln, N. C. v 4 4 a. ' Hi aaiaaiaaiaaiaaiaaiaaiaaiaaiaaiaaiaa